Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Arts Community Studies in Communication in Cape Breton University

Last Updated on April 13, 2021 by West Highlander

Cape Breton University

Campus: Nova Scotia

Duration: 4 years

Intake: September

*Fee: CAD$8,476.00 (4, 36,419) per year

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Description:

CBU offers the only Atlantic Canadian University program that is Communication Major in the Maritimes. The focus of the program is more on the studies of the communication rather just focusing of delivering the practical aspects of the communication. Through this, the students will gain the critical eye to examine the communication how it affects relationship, communities, history and technology.

Career Outcomes:

  • Public Relations
  • Multimedia
  • Communication Officer
  • Broadcasting/Journalism
  • Business and Corporate Affairs
  • Community Leadership
  • Social Work
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    Eligibility Criteria:

    Academics

    The students who’ve completed 12th may take up Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Arts Community Studies in Communication to study functioning of communication.

    English Proficiency Score

    1. IELTS: Overall Band Score 6.5 not less than 6.0
    2. TOEFL: iBT 80, pBT 550, cBT 213

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